Korean Automakers Thrive as Japanese Sales Plummet

South Korea’s automakers reported record sales in China last month while Japanese manufacturers posted declines after anti-Japan protests over disputed islands escalated in the world’s largest vehicle market.

Britain Needs Keynesian Stimulus, Says Dryden
11:00 - As Bank of England officials gather this week to decipher the latest post-Brexit reports, they’ll probably assess a nasty outlook of slowing growth and faster inflation. Varying levels of tolerance for accelerating price growth are likely to be a major theme of the debate and are already dividing the nine-member Monetary Policy Committee on the need for stimulus. JPMorgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist Alexander discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."
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